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NSW Landcare & LLS Conference 25-27 Oct. 2017 in Albury

It’s time to make a diary entry, call your friends and organise an adventure down to Albury! Come and enjoy our hospitality. Gather with our Landcare and LLS friends and colleagues for a fun filled, sensational Conference full of reward and inspiration for every land management lover!

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Sponsors and Exhibitors Prospectus NSW Landcare and LLS Conference 2017

The NSW Landcare and Local land Services Conference 2017 Organising Committee are delighted to invite your organisation to participate as a sponsor or exhibitor at the 2017 NSW Landcare and Local Land Services Conference.

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Lovely morning out at the Holbrook Common with Wiradjuri Mob and Aunty Lorraine learning some language with our Mudyi (friends) and have a great time in the bush, which is what it is all about - shared experience of the landscape. And next time someone says "how many kangaroos are there?" the answer is "Madhu!" plenty for everyone!

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Looking forward to spending some time with Wiradjuri Mob at the Holbrook Common on Tuesday - 60363181or message us to book in 10-1pm free sausage sizzle - kids holiday fun!

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Maybe this is where they went!

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Last week Kylie visited our colleagues at Goulburn Broken CMA to have a look at the restoration work they have been doing at Hughes Creek for the Macquarie Perch and the Southern Pygmy Perch. Thinking about the little SPP guys that are living in the creeks in the upper Wantagong and how to ensure that there is enough habitat for them to keep on keeping on - the fencing and revegetation has all been done over the past 25 years, the next step is definitely trying to improve things in-stream - more structure and stabilisation of the sand - we just have to work out how to achieve it!

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Some local initiative...

Tumba friends - come along to a free Barbie at the Creekscape Wed 11 April 5-6pm and learn about the fish that live in the creeks and rivers...especially the little Southern Pygmy Perch and the Macquarie Perch. Luke Pearce from NSW DPI Fisheries will be there to show you what the little guys look like and answer your questions...come along and tell your fish stories!!!

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